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. she is a political commentator, ann coulter. her best-selling book "demonic" telling about her mid70s exer civil is now available in paperback. fire ants are now called jedediah ants. it is jedediah bila. her name is in there twice. boy, we are off to a rough start. in china it is considered a spring rule, my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if hilarity was a beer pong i would do him with the frat boys every wednesday. he is performing in irvine, california, a great city. >> lots of room to spread out, especially in the comedy club. >> home of steven spielberg? >> yes. >> yes, he went to uc irvine. a fact that really has no meaning. so this is our first show back after a two-week break. "red eye" was bumped for the news of the convention. but we want to give our take on what happened both in tampa and charlotte. so we will go live now to political correspondent michael michael son who was at both events for a recap. of course, witherage there was a slight tape delay, so bear with us. i will go to michael now. michael, it is greg. what did you learn in tampa and charlotte? >> hi, g
, my book, in my book, there's a blurb from ann coulter, from ron paul, from mike huckabee, all of whom who are actual friends of mine, and this idea that you can't be friends with somebody because you have great political differences, in 12 years, when we did hannity & colmes, we certainly had our differences but whatever we did was for the good of the show and our differences were never personal, they were always political and look, we all have in our families people with whom we disagree but we love them anyway. at the end of each chapter i have the talking points, when you're with uncle charlie and he argues about your point of view you have comebacks for him. we all love people in our families. my sister-in-law is monica crowley, a political commentator on the right, i'm married to monica's sister. i love her, i love my mother-in-law who makes monica look like a liberal. the fact is it shouldn't be personal, we shouldn't judge people based on their political views. host: and in fact you have praise po ronald reagan. guest: ronald reagan stood his ground and ronald reagan, at the en
free free. bc evil gop. todd kincannon wrote sandra fluke, i am woman hear me whine. and ann coulter said sandra wants tanning appointments. fighting for womens rights is whining? health care is no more important than getting a tan? the right's words are hateful and their ideas are wrong. they just don't get it. joining me now live from inside the convention hall is sandra fluke. thanks for being here, miss fluke. let me ask you. we talked earlier today, but are you surprised by the right wing's reaction to your speech last night? >> you know, it's unfortunate. i would hope that we would do better than this in our political discourse in this country, but, you know, if you're not being attacked for something or criticized then you're not standing up for anything. and in my life i stand up for what i believe in. so i'm not going to focus on them. i'm going to focus on re-electing this president. >> well, you brought up governor romney's silence in the face of the attacks of your character last night. watch this part of your speech. >> your new president could be a man who stands by whe
. and professional pundit ann coulter tweet ed bill clinton just impregnated sandra fluke backstage. charming, ms. coulter. one person responded to eric erickson tweeting, "not quite. it's the stay out of my vagina monologues." what's your reaction to what you heard? >> i'm more on the side of the stay out of my vagina monologues, if we can use it. i think republicans are uncomfortable about it. the shock of eric erickson's tweet is not that they said it, not the anger on it, but they would choose to engage in this at all. this is a losing issue for them with swing voters. this is an issue where most of the american people, indeed, most republicans believe that abortion should be legal in some choices and that, if you put it in this way, should the state have a say in it, they don't think it should. people are pro life, but in a larger sense, they're also pro choice. people believe that abortion is a very personal decision. >> david, on a scale of chris christie to michelle obama, chris christie being least effective and michelle obama being most effective, how effective would you rate the democr
'll be taking more of your calls at 1-800-steph-1-2. ann coulter, noted flip flopper. >> stephanie: rush limbaugh. i'm going to be on with the governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." [♪ theme music ♪] >> john: this is the "stephanie miller show." i'm john fugelsang filling in for steph all week long, and taking your calls, and it's time once again to go to the brilliant, the luminous the only person who can help me take sense out of all that is going on in the world is jacki schechner, deep underground in current's new bunker. >> i'm on a mission john can you ban with me to get tony to speak before tomorrow. >> john: let's get him to speak right now. >> good morning, jacki. i'm just shy. >> john: just because the silent film won best picture, doesn't mean that you get to be this way. >> i'm trying to hard to get tony to come out of his shell. >> john: tony, jacki schechner is talking to you. don't blow it. [ laughter ] >> john: thank you, jacki what is happening in the world. >> it looks like it is do as i say not
break through the stalemates and suspicions, if that is a liberal, then i am a liberal. >> that is ann coulter. >> stephanie: that's right. your book "is thank the liberals." >> you are welcome. and "thank the liberals," i was here whore out -- i mean plugging my book last time. >> stephanie: were you momentarily blinded by me skills -- >> yes this is unbelievable how you do this. >> stephanie: we tried to get you a little -- a few segments ago, and your sluggish fox handlers pulled you away -- >> they literally had to drug me by the hair -- >> yes. >> stephanie: my next book is thank steph steph for saving comb. >> stephanie: exactly. i'm sure you can relate to this a lake park man obsessed with fox news is in jail after he said he felt like he had to kill his girlfriend because she was a liberal. welcome to every day for me. >> right. they actually check me for arms before i go into the building. >> stephanie: i touched geraldo, i think he overmoistureized. you touched him? >> stephanie: little hug. >> i have never touched him. >> whatever works for you. >> you are go
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